Monthly Archives: June 2013
Originally posted on Normative Narratives:
The Syrian opposition recently offered a dangerous ultimatum, which is symbolic of the overall deterioration for the prospect of a political transition in Syria: “The Syrian opposition will not attend the proposed Geneva conference on the crisis in Syria unless rebel fighters receive new supplies of arms and ammunition, the top rebel…
I haven’t posted anything in my blogs for a while now and I have found a topic which is both interesting and important. It might actually be something that someone would be interested to read! I watched Question Time last night and one if the topics raised by the audience was whether or not the […]
I’ve decided that instead of posting this week’s stuff as a post I have made it into a new page entitled ‘FAQ’s’ so please head over to the page and have a read 🙂 I will be adding more as time goes on!
This week’s post will be like a question and answer session/FAQ’s where I will justify my reasons for volunteering abroad and why I believe it is a good idea. I know I have stated some of my views in my previous post about ‘voluntourism’ but I have received lots of questions regarding my reasons for […]